Linear Workflow Rendering Strategies with Arnold and Maya

Linear Workflow Rendering Strategies with Arnold and Maya
English | Size: 230.56 MB
Category: Tutorial

Linear workflows ensure that the colors you use in a project are both consistent and reproducible across many platforms. In this course, Linear Workflow Rendering Strategies with Arnold and Maya, you’ll dive into the color management workflows for Maya and Arnold. First, you’ll begin by learning about color space and color gamut, so you can understand what you’re managing inside of Maya and how to get the results you want. Next, you’ll explore color management preferences inside Maya, and look at each option available individually and what can be customize.
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Alberto Villoldo – Shaman, Healer, Sage

Alberto Villoldo – Shaman, Healer, Sage
English | Size: 662.95 MB
Category: Shamanism

During an expedition to the Andes more than twenty-five years ago, Alberto discovered a group of healers who specialized in treating illness before it manifested in the physical body. They worked not on the physical body itself, but on the Luminous Energy Field surrounding it. The Luminous Energy Field is the blueprint that shaped and molded us since we were inside of our mothers’ wombs. It encodes how we live, how we age, how we heal, and how we might die. It contains the memories of all our former lifetimes — the way we suffered, the way we loved, how we were ill, and the way we died. In the East these imprints are known as karma, forces that sweep through our lives like a giant tide that we cannot swim free of. These imprints contain instructions that predispose us to repeating certain events from the past. We can learn where these energy imprints are located in the Luminous Energy Field, and how to erase them so that the body, mind, and spirit can return to optimal health. When the Luminous Energy Field is ‘clear’ and in a state of wellness, our bodies and souls remain strong, glowing, and disease-free. Luminous Healing enhances the immune system and accelerates the healing of emotional wounds. [Read more…]

Advanced Docker Deep Dive by Nigel Poulton on Jan 4th 2018

Advanced Docker Deep Dive by Nigel Poulton on Jan 4th 2018
English | Size: 593.69 MB
Category: Programming | Cloud-Comp | E-learning | Linux | others

Containers are taking the world by storm. It teaches you everything you need to know to get started in the world of Docker and containers. It also provides a solid foundation for learning Kubernetes, and taking the Docker Certified Associate exam.
Table of contents
1.Course Overview1m 54s
2.Course Introduction4m 48s
3.Module Intro51s
4.Play with Docker (PWD)1m 20s [Read more…]

3DQuakers RiggingProXSI

3DQuakers RiggingProXSI
English | Size: 1.12 GB
Category: Tutorial

RiggingPRO is an advanced rigging training DVD for Softimage XSI. It features IK FK Blending, arm leg spine stretching, custom paramters, Automatic and Manual Twisting, color coding and much more. RiggingPRO will start off from scratch with a humanoid model (supplied with the DVD) and ends up with a film-production-level rig ready to animate. All the steps are included. Source files included. No scripts or plugins required.
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3D Artist – Issue 115 2018

3D Artist – Issue 115 2018
English | Size: 22.78 MB
Category: Tutorial

D Artist Magazine offers practical inspiration for the 3D community. The software it covers includes 3DS Max, Modo, Zbrush and cinema 4D. The Magazine offers in depth interviews with leading artists in the field as well as workshop ideas and tips. Readers will find useful step by step guides and inspiration on designing and modeling animation and games. There is usually a free CD given away with each issue which offers tuition on new software to keep each reader up to date with new developments in the industry. The CD is not included with this, this is only the PDF file. [Read more…]

creenwriting 101 Mastering the Art of Story (TTC Video)

creenwriting 101: Mastering the Art of Story (TTC Video)
English | Size: 14.06 GB
Category: Tutorial

One of the 20th century’s greatest fiction writers, F. Scott Fitzgerald, was lured by the promise of Hollywood glamour to try his hand at screenwriting. He failed. His misadventure became a cautionary tale for aspiring screenwriters for decades. Meanwhile, Oscar-nominated scriptwriter John Milius, who penned the script for Apocalypse Now, once said that his job was "hackwork." So which is it? Is writing for the screen a glamorous vocation or formulaic drudgery? Is it a difficult undertaking that can sink a great novelist at the height of his career, or simply another boring day job that requires minimal skill? [Read more…]